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CO NSIGNM ENT OF • QUARTER PIPES of PORT and SHERRY, of high character, imported expressly for private trade, and

CO NSIGNM ENT OF • QUARTER PIPES of PORT and SHERRY, of high character, imported expressly for private trade, and

are strongly recominended to gentlemen and families in the country, as being the inost economical mode of purchasing, and ensuring genuine Wine, ot fine quality. They will be forwarded direct from the bock to the purchaser, duty, and every expense. in London included, at the und
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
From the GAZEITE .of LAST NIGHT.

From the GAZEITE .of LAST NIGHT.

Downing street, Dec. 22, 1837. The Qaeen hag been pleased to appoint Colonel Sir George Arthur K.C.FI., to be Lieutenant Governor ut the province of Upper Canada. War Office, Dec. 22. Brevet—Colonel Sir George At thur, on half. pay of the York Chassenrs, to have the local rank o
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PAR LIAME T. (THIS DAY.) COMING DOWN OF HER MAJESTY TO PAR.

IMPERIAL PAR LIAME T. (THIS DAY.) COMING DOWN OF HER MAJESTY TO PAR.

LIALVIENT; About half past twelve o'clock her Majesty left Buckingham Palace, the Royal procession beisg in the usual order on such occasions. The centre avenue to the Horse Guards was thinly lined with spectators, and the men who had the usual assortment of chairs and boards to
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
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\„. \ \•k t public good; but it WEIS really a metusure t 9 promote the interests of a few-private opcculatora. THE NORTHERN LIGHTS. Mr. CUTLAR FERGUSSON moved for certain returns of the number of lighthouses, the amount of lighthouse dues,. &e., connected with the northern lights
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

NEWSPAPER STAMPS.

Mr. BORTHWICK moved, "that the return of the number of stamps issued to newspapers in Great Britain and Ireland, ordered to the Ist of November, be eztr nded to the Ist of December of this year."—Agreed to.
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
corroborated the istaternent of the boa. and gallant Incur, ber as to the bad air in the house. After a

corroborated the istaternent of the boa. and gallant Incur, ber as to the bad air in the house. After a

few words from Mr. CHALMERS, _ Mr. HAWDI ebserved that 11r. Read had not been compensated for the trouble which he had tal.en in proving the ventilation of the house. Mr. F. BARING said that the Treasory Was exceedingly anxious that every attention Should be paid to the ventilat
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
/ //ki9trl LATEST NEWS F CANADA.

/ //ki9trl LATEST NEWS F CANADA.

U acrViTSA4 The Albany Evening Journal of the 2d instant has the ' following : " f3urliugton, Vermont, IVedrfesday, Nov. 29. "Friend Weed, don't be deceived. I have informadon direct and positive, that the patriots were successful in the engagement of Sunday night. The British t
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY.—The Shareholders in this undertaking are reminded that the PERIOD for making APPLI• CATION to register their

LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY.—The Shareholders in this undertaking are reminded that the PERIOD for making APPLI• CATION to register their

Proportion of Shares in the minorporated London and Brighton Railway Company will EXPIRE on the 28th instant; and that the 1/ per share must absplutely be paid on or before the 28th day of January next. Forms of application may be had at the Office. • By order of the Directors 7
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT—DEc. 22

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT—DEc. 22

HOUSE OF LORDS. The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat oh the Woolsack at o'clock. _ BUSINESS OF THE nousE. Lord SHAFTESBURY moved 'that no petition nor a private bill be reelved after Toe - Way, the 20th of March, and no report of the judges be 'received after Monday, the 201 h of A
December 23, 1837 - True Sun - London, London, England